Perfect home remedy for sinus infection
Sinus infection accompanied by a stuffy nose, wheezing and headache can be very common, particularly during winter.
If you think you have done everything you could and nothing has changed so far, we suggest you try this homemade mixture and the best thing about it is that you don’t need much time or money.
- 1 small cup of honey
- 1 small cup of lemon juice
- 5 to 7 radishes
- 1 small purple onion
- 6 garlic cloves
- Wash the veggies, and clean the garlic and onions.
- Cut vegetables into quarters and use a blender to create a good and smooth mix.
- Add the ingredients and then stir again.
- Put the mixture into a container and keep in the refrigerator.
- Adults can take 2 or more table spoons a day, if possible.
- For children 1 tablespoon per day is enough.
- With this homemade remedy you will experience the first reaction in just 24 hours.
Things to do at home for pressure on the sinus and for discomfort.
- Clean – Using a Neti pot, a device that uses a paste of salt and water to disinfect the nasal passages. Nasal irrigation with the Neti pot has been a tried and tested method of treating the sinuses for decades. I have patients who swear by Neti pots and use them to keep their sinuses working well every day or week. Use only the distilled water.
- Spray – Use a decongestant nasal spray that contains saltwater over-the-counter to help keep your nasal passages clean, unblock the obstruction and relieve inflammation. Many sprays, such as Afrin, should only be used for three days at most. When you reach three days, you’ll get nasal pressure “rebound” or worse. Many nasal sprays are more powerful, such as fluticasone.
- Hydrate – plenty of fluids — water and/or juice — to keep the mucus thin. Avoid alcoholic or caffeinated beverages which can cause dehydration.
- Rest – Get plenty of rest to help your body battle infection and make recovery faster. Keep a few pillows, while you’re sleeping. Staying uplifted will make your breathing easier.
- Steam – In the steam from a hot (not too hot!) water pot or tub, or take a hot shower. You may also cover your face with a warm, wet towel, and then a cold towel. To help relieve sinus pain and to clear nasal passages.
- Spice – To help clear the nasal passages, eat spicy foods. To your meal add chilli peppers, spicy sauce, horseradish or wasabi.
- Apply moisture – Using a moisturizer or vaporizer in your room when you’re sleeping to add moisture to the air and help to minimize congestion. Dry air, smoke from tobacco and chlorinated water can irritate your nose’s mucus membranes and create a ripe atmosphere for sinus infection.
- OTC drugs – Take decongestants, antihistamines (if allergies are the culprit) and pain relievers over – the-counter to alleviate sinus pain and strain. If you have any health problems or are taking any other medicines, be sure to consult the doctor first. Never send any decongestants or other over to children under the age of 4-the-counter cold medication. Nasal suction is the best way to “decongestant” for young children. In addition, it also reduces post-nasal gout and lung inflammation.
- C is key – Increase your Vitamin C intake. This can help fight off infection with the sinus easier, minimize inflammation of the sinus and ease the duration of an infection with the sinus or cold symptoms.
- Know your causes – Know and be prepared for what can cause a cold or sinus infection. Consider taking an antihistamine before allergy season, or immediately using a Neti pot as the cold starts.
These are some amazing Home Remedy For Sinus Infection and Pain
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